Rajasthan State Education Minister To Recruit More Female Teachers

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Rajasthan Education Minister will appoint a higher number of female teachers in the girls' school so they can share everything with their teachers at school

Written By Misha Bhatt | Mumbai | Updated On:

Rajasthan State education minister Govind Singh Dotasra spoke about his plan to hire more female teachers in all the all-girls schools in the state. The education minister on Saturday said, "After talking to teachers organisations and teachers, we will prepare a road-map and formulate a policy to appoint more and more female teachers at girls schools so that no problem arises for the girls' students in the time to come." 

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Govind Singh Dotasra described this move as an initiative to make sure that all the girls can share their problems and queries freely with the teachers at school.

While talking to a news agency, Govind Singh Dotasra said that the move is being undertaken to ensure the safety of girls at school.

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Mid-day Meals to girl students

Rajasthan government is keen to provide mid-day meals to girl students from classes 9 to 12 and has requested the Centre for assistance, state education minister Govind Singh Dotasara informed.

While interacting at a function marking  'International Day of the Girl Child 2019' at Shiksha Sankul in Rajasthan, the minister said nutrition and quality education were equally necessary for all the girls. Under the mid-day meal scheme, every enrolled child, aged 6-14 years and studying in classes 1 to 8, is provided hot cooked meals having certain important and healthy nutritional standards.

"The state government is promoting girls education and working for their overall development," he added. He said special emphasis was being given to maintain the quality of mid-day meals for classes 1 to 8.

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